August-September 2015

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House of Blues

One of the most soothing of colors is gaining prominence on walls, and in furnishings and accessories. Here, some blue-ribbon decorative ideas in everything from aqua and royal to navy and denim.

Idea Man

Furniture and accessory maker Brian DuBois challenges the functionality in design

Hanging on to Summer

Tile Files

The latest news on transforming spaces with the best in ceramic, glass, stone, and more

Builders’ Update

The area's newest homes include lots of natural light, openness-yet-intimacy, eco-conscious elements, and classic designs

If These Walls Could Talk (Or Sing)

This Grosse Pointe Park home’s latest unique renovation is in perfect harmony with its eclectic history

The Lightness of Being

The bones were exquisite, solid, and young. All this Farmington Hills mansion needed was an expert eye and an artistic hand to play up its many splendored details with color and art.

Farmhouse Flair

With a creative eye, lots of vision, and a passion for salvaged treasures, a Clarkston woman transforms an outdated 1970s colonial into a cheerful, family-style home

Work Space

This office promises productivity — and it’s a nice spot to daydream

Rockin' Moroccan

Head through the archway to northern Africa, where variety in color and pattern is the spice of life!

Bulletin Board— August/September 2015

Some in-the-know men shed light on living the life

Julie's World

A Birmingham Home Tour residence blooms with creativity
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